Redstone Inn and Suites

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The nineteenth century inn was built in 1894 by a man who was forced to jump ship in the town and ended up prospering and owning a wagon empire. Staff and guests nowadays have reported seeing the apparition of an distinguished gentleman, while the owner claims to have heard disembodied footsteps.

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504 Bluff Street
Dubuque, Iowa
United States

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42.4979798, -90.66783889999999
Dubuque County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Dubuque, IA (0.2 mi.)
East Dubuque, IL (1.3 mi.)
Sandy Hook, WI (4.3 mi.)
Sageville, IA (4.3 mi.)
Asbury, IA (4.4 mi.)
Kieler, WI (6.7 mi.)
Menominee, IL (6.9 mi.)
Durango, IA (7.0 mi.)
Centralia, IA (8.8 mi.)
Sherrill, IA (9.4 mi.)


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  1. We just stayed there this past weekend. We were in Suite 36 and our friends were in suite 33, both on the 3rd floor. The four of us were in our room after dinner because it had a sitting area. After coming from the bathroom my friend, Dean, asked if someone left the hot water running in the sink. No one thought they did, but then again we’re getting older.
    When our friends returned to their room the hot water in their bathroom sink was running. That creeped them out a bit. The next day they were getting ready and heard a knocking on the door and when they went to see if it was us no one was there.
    The next day we questioned the owner and he admitted that other quests shared the same stories about noises and unexplained things in our friends room.
    Dean took several pictures of a portrait in the third floor hallway, of the original owner, A.A. Cooper. There was a strange white dot that appeared on the portrait all in different locations on the mans suit. The next morning when the owner was telling us stories about why the place might be haunted my friend took a picture of a portrait of A.A. Cooper’s daughter and there was that same dot again, wasn’t using a flash when taking the picture.

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